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Humanities honors students for another successful year

Upholding a tradition of academic excellence, the Louisiana College Division of Humanities recognized several students for their accomplishments at the annual Honors Convocation held in Guinn Auditorium last spring.

LC English prof gains national notoriety

This fall, The Missouri Review will publish Professor Reid’s poetry, as well as offer digital audio of Reid reading five of her poems.

Alumna Brittany Jones enrolls at Regent University School of Law

Brittany Jones, a 2014 graduate of Louisiana College, enrolled this fall at the Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia, to pursue a major in Constitutional law.

LC honors freshmen on Dean's List

More than 200 faculty, staff, parents and guests honored 37 freshmen, who earned their place on the Dean’s List in their first semester at Louisiana College, thus marking the second consecutive year an incoming class earned this distinction.

Alpha Mu Gamma holds induction ceremony

Louisiana College's Zeta Gamma chapter of Alpha Mu Gamma, a foreign language honor society, held its annual induction last spring in the LC Alumni House.

Baptist Message: LC wins Obamacare Lawsuit

A federal judge has ruled in favor of Louisiana College in its 2012 lawsuit filed against the contraceptive mandate in the Affordable Care Act, which is commonly called Obamacare.

Louisiana College student wins Associated Press award

Louisiana College senior Mark Klein earned first place recognition from the Louisiana Associated Press for excellence in broadcasting.

Melancon wins Gold Medal

LC quarterback from Ama, Louisiana recently returned from a two-week trip to Kuwait where he was part of the USA Football Under-19 National Team that captured the gold medal at the eight-nation International Federation of American Football World Championship.

LC Students Awarded Scholars Term at Oxford

Louisiana CollegeConvergence Media students, Mark Klein and Miranda Quartemont, have been selected for the inaugural National Religious Broadcasters Distinguished Scholar’s Term in Oxford, England June 28 through July 12, 2014.

Cavanaugh Hall Enhancement with addition of Computer Applications Classroom

The Department of Chemistry at Louisiana College has received a grant from the Louisiana Board of Regents to install a Computer Applications Classroom in Cavanaugh Hall.


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